The Buckskin Line

The Buckskin Line

Large Print - 2001
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On the Texas frontier in the 1840s, a red-haired child whose family has been massacred is captured by a Comanche war party. The boy is rescued and adopted by Mike Shannon. In 1861 his adoptive father is bushwhacked and murdered and the boy, now known as Rusty Shannon, follows in his father's footsteps and joins the Texas Rangers. Rusty's life has had its share of burdens - not the least of which is that his duties as a Ranger sometimes conflict with his sense of justice. But his problems are about to multiply when he meets Buffalo Caller - the Comanche warrior whose band killed his family and took him captive…
Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : Center Point Pub., 2001, c1999.
Edition: Center Point large print edition
ISBN: 9781585471126
Branch Call Number: LARGE PRINT W KELTON E
Characteristics: large print
344 pages (large print) ; 23 cm.


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